With so many great solar companies in Sacramento, CA, it’s certainly hard to narrow down your list! With solar so popular in California, solar installers are seemingly everywhere. Of course people are turning to solar for good reason. Sacramento enjoys lots of sunshine and the state is very pro-solar!
Because solar is so abundant in the area, there are a lot of installers to pick from. How do you decide which company to work with? How do you even narrow down your top choices? If you’re feeling overwhelmed, we’re here to help!Continue reading
With San Diego being such a hotbed for solar, it’s sometimes hard to sift through all the installers out there that want your business. They all claim they’re the best installer, sell the best products, or have the best customer service, but it takes time to really figure out who’s telling the complete truth.
To help you out, we’ve done the heavy lifting and chosen the top five solar installers in the San Diego area. We’ve researched and analyzed all available information to pull these top-tier installers out from the crowd. Beyond competitive prices, each of the companies below has:
San Diego has high electricity prices, great sunlight, and more solar installers than you could ever ask for. Interested in taking that next step, but aren’t sure how much solar panels cost San Diego residents, or if it even makes financial sense?
We’re here to help! Below, we’ve laid out typical costs and savings for solar in San Diego.
The golden age of California solar rebates – the time when homeowners could walk away with $2.50/watt from their utility just for installing solar on their roof – is long gone. Back in the late 2000s and early 2010s, pretty much any homeowner could get some fantastic rebates for going solar. It didn’t matter what utility you had – you could easily get thousands for your mid-sized solar installation.
Today, just 10 mostly small utilities offer rebates for solar installations. You might be wondering what happened? Did we go wrong somewhere? Do we no longer value solar?Continue reading
These are all questions you might have swirling around your head. Maybe you heard horror stories about HOAs fining homeowners who go solar or blocking solar installations completely. Could that happen to you? What about the California Solar Rights Act specifically, how does that work?Continue reading
In the past, net metering customers could choose between PG&E tiers or time-of-use (TOU) rates. However, in January 2016 the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) – the organization responsible for regulation over the state’s investor-owned utilities: PG&E, San Diego Gas & Electric, and Southern California Edison – passed a decision, known as the Net Energy Metering Successor Tariff, that will tweak net metering (also known as net energy metering, or NEM) agreements going forward.Continue reading
Thinking about installing solar panels in San Diego, but don’t know where to start?
You’ve got questions floating around in your mind: How much can you save? What type of financing should you choose? What incentives are available? Is the process fast?
Going solar can initially seem confusing. But don’t worry, we’re here to help! We’ve outlined all of this and more to make installing solar panels in San Diego a super easy process.
For a broader state overview, see our California Overview page.
Installing solar panels in Los Angeles is almost a no-brainer - a win-win-win situation no matter how you look at it.
With sunny skies, high utility rates, and excellent rebates and tax credits, homeowners can make out like a bandit (and contribute to a cleaner world) by installing solar panels in Los Angeles. In fact, Los Angeles residents are eligible for one of the best incentives in the state for going solar!
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When it comes to your electricity bill, do you know how much you are spending per month on powering your home or business in Los Angeles? Did you know that there are several different factors that influence how much your monthly electric bill will rise or decline? That’s right – you can make your electricity bill more affordable in many different ways.
California is the biggest market for residential solar in the country. In fact, among the 10 states with the most solar, California alone has more solar than all the others combined! I think we can safely say that in California the solar industry – unlike in other states where solar is only now just catching on – is a matured industry, with a lot of experience and growth under its belt.Continue reading